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Not Getting Your CPA Immediately? Don’t Worry

When I first chose accounting as my major, I fully intended on following in my dad’s footsteps and getting my masters and then sitting for the CPA immediately upon graduation. Then, life got in the way. As a college baseball … Continue reading

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Staying Organized During Recruitment

When I went through the process of researching various companies of interest before I found the company I plan to build a career with, I discovered a few tips and tricks to organize my thoughts and the information I learned in … Continue reading

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Essential Networking Skills

The Right Attitude Positive mindset, professional behavior and a simple smile. These are some of the most essential characteristics that demonstrate the right attitude for networking. A positive attitude shows the motivation to network with strangers. It shows that you … Continue reading

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So, you need an internship… now what?

As a college student, I can relate to what it feels like to scramble for an internship before graduating and thinking, “where do I even begin?” There are a ton of things to consider when looking for a potential internship. … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for an Interview and Land Your Dream Internship

There are previous posts regarding the importance of internships to launch your accounting career. Now that we realize the importance of obtaining an internship, I’d like to discuss some things you can do to prepare for your interview to help … Continue reading

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